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  • Brain Injury CausesA traumatic brain injury can occur as a result of numerous activities, accidents and risk factors. Here are some of the most common causes of brain injury.
  • Brain Injury SymptomsWhen it comes to head injuries, it’s best to play it safe. Symptoms of brain injury may occur immediately after the accidents, or several hours or days after. Look out for these common brain injury symptoms.
  • Brain Injury TreatmentsTraumatic brain injury is considered a medical emergency. It requires abrupt treatment and further monitoring as there are a lot of factors to watch out for depending on the severity of the head injury.
  • Brain Injury Types
  • Living with Brain InjuryA traumatic brain injury can be very devastating. It can greatly impact the victim physically, emotionally and financially. The burden is not only on the victim but also to the family.